USC Trojans Basketball Road Schedule
The Trojans' biggest victory in 2013 was the hiring of new head coach Andy
Enfield who was fresh off of a Cinderella run through the NCAA Tournament at Florida Gulf Coast. The hire brought a lot of
buzz to the USC campus but unfortunately that did not translate to many wins in the PAC 12 last season as the team finished
at the bottom of the conference standings. However, things should be different this year as their young team has improved
and will return leading scorer and rebounder Byron Wesley as well as second leading scorer and leading assist man Pe'Shon
Howard, who will provide the offense with plenty of firepower. Coach Enfield has already been able to score some top rated-recruits
who also should be able to contribute this season. There is no telling how far the 2014-2015 USC Trojans can go, but you can
be sure they will be improving all season and hopefully peaking at the right time in March after earning their first NCAA
Tournament berth since 2011. The team has some fantastic road matchups on the docket this season, and you can be there in-house
to support the team when they need it most.
The Trojans have a big matchup on February 19th when they travel to Tucson,
AZ to face off with the Arizona Wildcats. The Wildcats had one of the top teams in the entire nation last season, but they
lost some key players to the National Basketball Association. That doesn't necessarily make the Cats vulnerable, but they
may not be quite as formidable as they were in 2013-14. The Trojans will surely be looking to pounce on the chance to take
the Wildcats down, and you can be there in the stands to witness all of the action in person.
Another big game against
the Trojans on March 4th when they head across town to take on the UCLA Bruins. The Bruins and Trojans have a big rivalry,
and this is the final road game of the season for the Trojans. It would be huge to take down this Pac 12 foe and gain some
momentum to head into the conference tourney with.
USC Trojans Basketball History
The USC Trojans have
been hitting the basketball court since 1906, when they first started competing with some of the toughest teams in the nation.
The Trojans might be well-known for their football program, but the hoops program is certainly no slouch. The Trojans have
put together some incredible seasons in the past, and they've been to the NCAA Tournament multiple times. USC has made it
to the Sweet Sixteen four times, the Elite Eight on three occasions and the Final Four twice. With a history of having some
great players hit the court over the years, the Trojans still attract top talent on an annual basis. USC is still in search
of their first NCAA Championship, and fans are hoping that this could be the year they put it all together and capture the
title. Make it out to some road games this season to see if this team passes the eye test and has what it takes to go all
It should not come as a surprise to anyone that USC basketball tickets are rising
in popularity. The team is in prime position to make a charge up the PAC 12 standings in the 2014-2015 season and they will
need support from all of their fans, especially on the road. The PAC 12 is always one of the most hotly contested conferences
in all of college basketball and this year should be no different. USC along with their PAC 12 rivals annually feature some
of the best college basketball players in the world as well as some of the most highly regarded recruits which provide for
plenty of excitement as the regular season gets underway.
USC Trojans Basketball Trivia
When was the last
time that the USC Trojans won their conference tournament?
The answer is 2009, when the Trojans ran the table in the
conference tourney against their league foes. The team would love to capture the conference crown yet again this season, and
their fans will surely be there to cheer them on.
USC Trojans Basketball Fans
Sometimes it can be hard
to get tickets for home games at Galen Center, but there is always room for more Trojans fans on the road. True die-hard college
hoops fans know the thrill of entering an opposing team's home arena decked out in USC gear and cheering the team to victory
surrounded by fans of the opponent. Winning on the road in the PAC 12 and if the Trojans are going to score some big road
wins against the likes of Arizona, UCLA, Stanford, and others, they will need the support of their biggest fans when playing
on the road.